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BuTech Pipe Valves and Equipment

BuTech pipe valves are designed for liquid and gas flow control in petroleum, chemical, power generating and general industrial applications. Available in a variety of body styles, the valves are designed for manual operation in temperatures ranging from -100 °F to 600 °F (-73 °C to 315 °C). Optional packings and/or extended stuffing boxes increase the range from -423 °F to 1,200 °F (-253 °C to 648 °C). Rugged construction provides assurance of fail-safe operation at pressures ranging to 15,000 PSI (1,030 bar). They can also be fitted with pneumatic or hydraulic actuators for remote control.

Standard Features

  • Pressures to 15,000 PSI (1,030 bar) at 72 °F (22 °C)
  • 1/8" to 1" pipe sizes (NPT Threads)
  • Non-rotating stem prevents galling and scoring
  • Four stem styles: Vee, Regulating, Metering, and Micro-Metering
  • 17-4PH stem for longer service life
  • Glass-filled PTFE packing for temperatures to 600 °F (315 °C)
  • Integral through holes for bracket mounting, or single-hole panel mounting option
  • Wide range of options allow customizing of valve

Standard Materials of Construction

  • 316 cold-worked stainless steel
  • 17-4PH
  • Ampco 45
  • Glass-filled PTFE
  • Valves may also be produced in any machinable alloy with special seal materials. (Please consult Factory.)

 

Needle Valves for Service to 15,000 PSI (1,030 bar)

  • Non-rotating stem prevents galling and scoring
  • Four stem styles: Vee, Regulating, Metering, and Micro-Metering
  • 17-4PH stem for longer service life - 316 wetted parts are also available by specifying option 316 WP
  • Glass-filled PTFE packing for temperatures to 600 °F (315 °C)
  • Integral through holes for bracket mounting. A panel-mounting option is also available
  • Positive gland locking device

 

Standard Materials of Construction

Standard materials of construction include 316 cold-worked stainless steel, 17-4PH, Ampco 45, and glass-filled PTFE. All BuTech equipment may also be produced in any machinable alloy. Some of the more common exotic materials used are:
Hastelloy™
Inconel™
Titanium
Monel 400™

 

 

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